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The principles of immortality found in Nature and our own human physiology - Part II
by Global Good News Staff Writer
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11 September 2007
Dr John Hagelin, Minister of Science and Technology of the Global Country of World Peace, spoke recently at a Global Press Conference on Unified Field-Based Health Care—one of the programmes of the Global Financial Capital of New York—about the principles of immortality found in Nature and in our human physiology, and their source in the Unified Field of Natural Law.
Please see Part I of this article.
Maharishi Vedic Medicine enlivens the quality of immortality in human awareness and human physiology, Dr Hagelin continued, because Maharishi Vedic Medicine—Consciousness-Based Health Care has techniques to enliven the Unified Field in the individual awareness and in the individual physiology.
Dr Hagelin showed a chart showing one of the most important technologies of consciousness that are fundamental to Maharishi Vedic Medicine. The chart shows the Transcendental Meditation Programme as a technique to turn the attention powerfully within to experience and explore deeper levels of human awareness, more fundamental levels of the mind.
This inward exploration of consciousness culminates in the direct experience of the Unified Field at the source of thought, at the origin of mind and matter, said Dr Hagelin. Transcendental Meditation therefore takes human awareness from the outwardly directed experience through the senses, to the inward directed flow of awareness to experience the Unified Field at the source of thought, and to enliven this experience in the individual awareness and physiology.
'Thus Maharishi Vedic Medicine includes techniques to directly enliven the Unified Field, the field of immortality, in human physiology,' said Dr Hagelin. 'And we can therefore see that a direct consequence of the practice of Transcendental Meditation will be an increasing quality of immortality, which is the ultimate level of longevity in human physiology, in human life.'
'Immortality represents the ideal of health, because immortality means the ultimate level of longevity. Longevity and immortality mean imperviousness to change, to deterioration, to decay, to wear and tear on the physiology, so that the physiology maintains its vitality and integrity over time. If immortality could be lived in life, this would be the ultimate level of longevity, vitality, and absolutely robust and indomitable health,' Dr Hagelin said.
By enlivening immortality in the physiology, we are taking the physiology in the direction of increasing health and longevity. So when we see the results of Transcendental Meditation—reduction in every category of disease, including infectious diseases,. . . we see these results as all in the direction of increasing longevity, all as a consequence of increasing immortality in human awareness and human physiology.
'Indeed studies have been conducted on the biological age of short term and long term practitioners of Transcendental Meditation and confirmed what we'd expect on the basis of the previous research,' Dr Hagelin continued. 'These studies confirm that the biological age of a short term and longer-term meditator are increasingly less than controls. That means increasingly less than their so-called chronological age.
'The person may be getting older in years, but in the crucial aspects of physiological function—physiological dynamism and so forth—is becoming younger and not older. This is obviously an extraordinary result in the field of health and captures the significance and profundity of the potential of Maharishi's Unified Field Based Medicine.'
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